THE STORY OF OUR CREST
The framed painting seen to the right is held at the Confederation Park 55+ Activity Centre.
In patriotic colours, the emblem is symbolic with the name of the organization prominent, encompassing a blue sky over two mountain peaks; one representing the first sixty years and the second whatever our ultimate might be in the second sixties.
Purposely designed are the trees representing the forests, and the fields which are also traversed, and the waters, be it lakes or rivers, wherein or whereon, those who belong find time to explore and enjoy.
Needless to say, the wild roses balancing the motif spell 'Alberta'.
The crossed ski pole and hiking stick are symbolic of anything that provides we mortals with mental and physical support enabling us to magnify those God-given wonders of this realm.
The name 'Calgary' has been shown to give credit to those persons who originated the 'Second Sixties'.
Photo of the crest by Ellis Bartkiewicz